Table of contents for Counseling treatment for children and adolescents with DSM-IV-TR disorders / [edited by] Robert R. Erk.

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BRIEF CONTENTS
PART ONE: OVERVIEW OF DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES
Chapter 1: Assessment and Diagnosis: The Developmental Perspective and Its Implications	
Chapter 2: Understanding the Development of Psychopathology in Children and Adolescents	
PART TWO: CLASSIFICATION OF EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Chapter 3: Adjustment Disorders in Children and Adolescents	
Chapter 4: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adolescents	
Chapter 5: Disruptive Behavior Disorders: Conduct Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorder	
Chapter 6: Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents	
Chapter 7: Mood Disorders in Children and Adolescents	
Chapter 8: Substance-Related Disorders	
Chapter 9: Adolescents and Eating Disorders	
PART THREE: EFFECTIVE TREATMENT PLANNING
Chapter 10: Treatment Planning Guidelines for Children and Adolescents	
Chapter 11: Case Studies in Treatment Planning	
References	
Name Index	
Subject Index	
CONTENTS
PART ONE: OVERVIEW OF DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES
Chapter 1
Assessment and Diagnosis: The Developmental Perspective and Its Implications	
Earl J. Ginter and Ann Shanks Glauser
A Foundation for Accurate Diagnosis and Effective Treatment: Knowledge of Human Development 
Unavoidable Reasons for Thinking Developmentally 
Normal Developmental Deviation 
Developmental Level Affects Psychosocial and Environmental Factors' Effects 
Isolating the Normal Problem "In" the Abnormal Condition 
Knowledge of Human Development Provides the Context to Understand Important Cultural Differences 
Developmental-Based Treatments/Recommendations Fit the Client 
The Developmental Matrix: Theory and Research 
Viable Theories of Human Development Mutate Over Time 
Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, Behavioral, and Social Aspects of the Developmental Matrix 
Physical Maps of Development: Contributions of Arnold Gesell, Louise Bates Ames, and Frances L. Ilg 
The Cognitive Maps of Development: Contributions of Jean Piaget, Lawrence Kohlberg, and Carol Gilligan 
The Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Maps of Development: Contributions of Erik H. Erikson, John Bowlby, Mary D. Salter Ainsworth, and Albert Bandura 
The Culmination of Early Developmental Gains: Adolescence as the Developmental Gateway to Adulthood 
Developmental Models Specific to Diagnosis and Treatment 
The Life-Skills Model: A Developmental-Based Approach to Assessment and Treatment 
Examples of Counseling Based on a Life-Skills Approach 
	Research Support
	 Outcome Studies: Developmentally Based Approaches and Revived Growth
		Closing Remarks 
Chapter 2
Understanding the Development of Psychopathology in Children and Adolescents	37
Robert R. Erk
A Developmental-Systems Perspective on the Significance of Child Psychopathology 
Common Misperceptions 
The Prevalence of Psychopathology in Children 
Mental IllnessMental Illness Begins Early In LifeTerminology Used in Childhood Psychopathology 
Developmental Theory Applied to Child Psychopathology 
Important Premises for Children's Mental Health 
Models for the Development of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders 
Biological Models 
Psychological Models 
Behavioral Models 
Cognitive Models 
School Models 
Family Models 
Multicultural Models 
Criticisms of the Multicultural Model 
An Integrative Approach to Understanding Psychopathology 
An Integrative Approach in Counseling Practice 
Applying the Integrative Approach to Psychopathology 
Calvin: Lashing Out; Why? 
What Caused Calvin's Problems? 
An Overview of Calvin's Case 
Closing Remarks 
PART TWO: CLASSIFICATION OF EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Chapter 3
Adjustment Disorders in Children and Adolescents	
Patricia J. Polanski
Definition, Diagnostic Features, and Prevalence 
Causal Factors and Prevention 
Methods or Procedures of Assessment 
Differential Diagnosis and Comorbidity 
	Treatment Outcome Research
	
	Implications for Practice/Treatment 
Best Practice Guidelines
School and Family Perspectives for Counselors 
Multicultural Considerations 
Case Illustration and Sample Treatment Plan 
Stella 
Summary/Closing Remarks 
For More Information 
Chapter 4
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adolescents	
Robert R. Erk
Historical Development 
Definition, Prevalence, and Diagnostic Features 
Definition 
Prevalence 
Diagnostic Features 
Causal Factors and Prevention 
Methods or Procedures for Assessment 
Comorbidity or Co-occurring Conditions 
Implications for Practice/Treatment 
Treatment Outcome Research: The Collaborative Multimodal Treatment Study of Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (MTA Study)
	 Essential Questions and Answers From The MTA Study
Recommended Interventions/Treatments 
Parent Training and Counseling 
Teacher Education 
Individual Counseling 
Group Counseling 
Behavioral Interventions 
Self-Esteem Education 
Social-Skills Education 
Family Counseling 
 Best Practice Guidelines		 
			School and Family Perspectives 
The School's Influence 
The Family's Influence 
Multicultural Considerations 
Case Illustration 
The First Day of Kindergarten for Joey 
Sample Treatment Plan 
Closing Remarks 
For More Information 
Chapter 5
Disruptive Behavior Disorders: Conduct Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorder 
Robert R. Erk
Introduction 
Definition, Prevalence, and Classification 
Definition of Conduct Disorder 
Definition of Oppositional Defiant Disorder 
Prevalence of Conduct Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorder 
Classification of Conduct Disorder Subtypes 
Diagnostic Features 
Essential Features of Conduct Disorder 
Essential Features of Oppositional Defiant Disorder 
Causal Factors and Prevention 
Biological-Genetic Factors 
Neuroanatomical Factors 
Personal Factors 
Family Factors 
School Factors 
Peer-Group Factors 
Prevention Factors 
Methods or Procedures for Assessment 
Preassessment Issues 
Specific Methods and Procedures 
Interviews 
Behavior Rating Scales 
Behavioral Observations 
Comorbidity or Co-occurring Conditions 
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder 
Academic Underachievement 
Oppositional Defiant Disorder 
Anxiety Disorders 
Mood and Depressive Disorders 
Substance Abuse 
Juvenile Delinquency 
Gender Differences 
 Empirically Supported Treatment for Conduct Disorder		
Treatment Outcome Studies
			Implications for Practice/Treatment 
Parent Management Training 
Teacher Management Training 
Family Systems 
Functional Family Therapy 
Multisystemic Therapy 
Cognitive-Behavioral Skills Training (Including Problem-Solving Skills)
 Best Practice Guidelines
 	School and Family Perspectives 
School Factors 
Family Factors 
Multicultural Considerations 
Case Illustration 
Conduct Disorder 
Oppositional Defiant Disorder 
Closing Remarks 
For More Information 
Chapter 6
Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents	
J. Scott Hinkle
Definition, Diagnostic Features, and Prevalence 
Separation Anxiety Disorder 
Diagnosis of Separation Anxiety Disorder 
Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia 
Diagnosis of Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia 
Specific Phobia 
Diagnosis of Specific Phobia 
Social Phobia 
Diagnosis of Social Phobia 
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 
Diagnosis of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder 
Diagnosis of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder 
Acute Stress Disorder 
Diagnosis of Acute Stress Disorder 
Generalized Anxiety Disorder 
Diagnosis of Generalized Anxiety Disorder 
Anxiety Disorder Due to a General Medical Condition and Substance-Induced Anxiety Disorder 
Diagnosis of Anxiety Disorder Due to a General Medical Condition and Substance-Induced Anxiety Disorder 
Causal Factors and Prevention 
Methods for Assessment 
Comorbidity 
Implications for Treatment 
Treatment for Separation Anxiety Disorder 
Treatment for Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia 
Treatment for Specific Phobias 
Treatment for Social Phobia 
Treatment for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 
Treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 
Treatment for Acute Stress Disorder 
Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder 
Treatment for Anxiety Disorder Due to a General Medical Condition and Substance-Induced Anxiety Disorder 
School and Family Perspectives 
Multicultural Considerations 
Case Illustration 
Sample Treatment Plan 
Closing Remarks 
For More Information 
Chapter 7
Mood Disorders in Children and Adolescents	
Lynn Field, Linda Seligman, and Annette Albrecht
Definition and Prevalence 
Major Depressive Disorder 
Dysthymic Disorder 
Bipolar Disorder 
Cyclothymic Disorder 
Mood Disorder Specifiers 
Diagnostic Features 
Major Depressive Disorder 
Dysthymic Disorder 
Bipolar Disorder 
Causal Factors 
Family Environment 
Peer Relationships 
Parental Depression and Genetic Contributions 
Neurochemistry 
Life Events 
Cognitive Factors 
Causal Factors Specific to Mania 
Prevention 
Assessment 
Comorbid Disorders 
Implications for Practice/Treatment
Goals of Treatment 
Treatment Modalities 
Additional Factors to Consider When Treating Bipolar Disorder 
Suicide 
Treatment Response and Relapse 
	Treatment Outcome Research
			
			 
School and Family Perspectives 
School 
Family 
Multicultural Considerations 
	
 Best Practice Guidelines
 Sample Treatment Plan 
 Summary/Closing Remarks 
 For More Information 
Chapter 8
Substance-Related Disorders	
Nick Piazza
Introduction	
Definition and Prevalence 
Diagnostic Features 
Substance Dependence 
Core Characteristics of Substance Dependence 
Tolerance, Withdrawal, and Compulsive Use 
Course Specifiers 
Substance Abuse 
Substance Intoxication 
Substance Withdrawal 
DSM-IV-TR Diagnostic Limitations 
Diagnostic Orphans and Diagnostic Imposters
Causal Factors and Prevention 
Biological Risk Factors 
Genetics and Neurotransmission 
Genetic Markers 
Environmental Risk Factors 
Males and Females 
Prevention 
Individual Approaches to Prevention 
Family Approaches to Prevention 
Programs for Minorities and Women 
Environmental Approaches to Prevention 
	 	 
	 School-Based Approaches to Prevention.School-
Methods or Procedures of Assessment 
Screening Instruments 
Assessment Instruments 
Comorbidity or Co-occurring Conditions 
	
	Empirically Supported Treatment
The Process of Change 
Principles of Effective Treatment 
Treatment Planning 
Modality 
Level of Care 
Duration 
Polysubstance Abuse 
The Planning Process 
	
	Outcome Research
	 Prevention
	Treatment and Intervention
	 12-Step Approaches
	 Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches
	 Family-Based Approaches
	 Therapeutic Communities
Social Factors 
Family Factors 
Cultural and Community Factors
Personality Risk Factors 
Males 
Females 
	Family Perspectives for Counselors
	 Family Factors
	 Enabling vs. Empowering 
Multicultural Considerations 
Case Illustration 
Sample Treatment Plan 
Best Practice Guidelines
Summary/Closing Remarks 
For More Information 
Chapter 9
Adolescents and Eating Disorders	
Gina Scarano-Osika and Kathleen Maloney
Diagnosis and Prevalence 
Diagnostic Features 
Population and Prevalence 
Eating Disorders in Males 
Comorbidity or Co-occurring Conditions 
Growth, Hormonal Disturbance, and Infertility 
Obesity 
Medical Complications and Fatalities 
Psychiatric Disorders 
Methods and Procedures of Assessment 
Clinical Interviews 
Self-Report Questionnaires 
Self-Monitoring 
Causal Factors and Treatment Outcomes: Empirical Studies 
Family Relationships 
Sociocultural Factors and Body Image Disturbance 
Onset of Puberty 
Stress, Trauma, and Coping 
Treatment Outcome Studies 
Implications for Practice /Treatment 
The Treatment Team 
Nutritionist 
Psychiatrist 
Physician 
Specialized Inpatient Treatment or Partial-Hospitalization Programs 
Consultant 
Outpatient Mental Health Treatment 
Psychosocial History and Diagnostic Impressions 
Treatment Planning 
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy 
Family Therapy and Interpersonal Skill Building 
Best Practice Guidelines
Primary Prevention: School and Public Perspectives 
Multicultural Considerations 
Case Illustration 
Sample Treatment Plan 
Closing Remarks 
For More Information 
Additional Information 
PART THREE: EFFECTIVE TREATMENT PLANNING
Chapter 10
Treatment Planning Guidelines for Children and Adolescents	
Gary G. Gintner
Introduction 
Turning Problems into Goals 
Developing a Comprehensive Problem List 
Goal Setting 
Decisions About the Structure and Type of Treatment 
Level of Care 
Therapeutic Modality 
Practice Guidelines 
Tailoring Interventions to Client Characteristics 
Matching Treatments to the Level of Change 
Matching Interventions to the Stage of Change 
Developmental Considerations 
Multicultural Issues 
Personality Factors 
Sample Treatment Plan 
Case Background 
Case Conceptualization 
Sample Treatment Plan for Ken 
Case Outcome 
Closing Remarks 
Chapter 11
Case Studies in Treatment Planning	
Gary G. Gintner
Introduction 
Traumatic Loss 
Case Background 
Diagnostic Issues 
Case Conceptualization 
Treatment Planning Issues 
Case Outcome 
A Girl With Conduct Disorder 
Case Background 
Diagnostic Issues 
Case Conceptualization 
Treatment Planning Issues 
Case Outcome 
AD/HD and Parental Resistance to Stimulant Medications 
Case Background 
Diagnostic Issues 
Case Conceptualization 
Treating Planning Issues 
Adolescent Depression and Suicidality 
Case Background 
Diagnostic Issues 
Case Conceptualization 
Treatment Planning Issues 
Case Outcome 
Polysubstance Dependence 
Case Background 
Diagnostic Issues 
Case Conceptualization 
Treatment Planning Issues 
Case Outcome 
Concluding Comment 
References 
Name Index 
Subject Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mentally ill children -- Counseling of.
Mental Disorders -- therapy.
Adolescent.
Child Development.
Child.
Counseling -- methods.